Your customers, no matter what industry, will all be juggling similar challenges. There’s the need to update legacy infrastructure and adopt new technologies in line with their digital transformation goals, to become more productive and more efficient, and of course to make cost-savings where possible. At the same time, they’re striving to deliver a great customer experience (CX), as well as ensuring staff
Business leaders know about the need for operational efficiency. They also know that digital transformation is probably the best way to get there. Many businesses are already pursuing change, with Forrester predicting this would be the year that we’d cross the 50% threshold for cloud platform adoption in enterprises.
However, there are still many roadblocks to transformation being experienced by your customers.
It’s top of the agenda for every CIO or IT leader out there and carries huge importance with it. But that doesn’t make digital transformation easy. Indeed, the scale and complexity of the projects aligned to transformation can cause big headaches for the people in charge of it. Meaning that the end goal, whether it’s modernised devices, better security, cost savings
Digital transformation in Europe has, so far, been ‘patchy’. A recent article in the Financial Times claims that Europe risks falling behind its counterparts in the Americas and Asia-Pacific.
It’s estimated that two-thirds of manufacturing companies have not yet started, or have only just begun, their transformation journeys, while only 5% can be considered ‘digital champions’. This gives rise to
As a channel partner, understanding the issues facing your clients is essential for driving sales and building relationships. The UK productivity crisis, which has been heavily dissected by politicians, entrepreneurs and economists alike, is one such issue. If channel partners can understand the ins and outs of how it affects their customers, they have a unique opportunity to capitalise on it.
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